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Week beginning 13th July

 

The last week is finally here Year 3! Can you believe it? It's not been quite the year we had planned for you all but we are so pleased with how hard you've all been working, both in school and at home and know that you will be ready for Year 4 come September. 

 

A big thank you to those of you who have brought in cards and gifts for both of us, they are so lovely and we wish we could say a proper goodbye before the summer holidays. We are really looking forward to spending a couple of days with you all in September again. 

 

In the meantime have a lovely Summer and we will see you in September!

 

 

Week beginning 6th July

 

Hi Year 3!

 

Bit of a wet week this week in contrast to last week when it was so sunny. We have spent a lot more time indoors in school but have tried to get outside in between the showers. It has been nice to see some of you at our extra Study Ladder sessions on Wednesday. Miss Taylor was very impressed with how hard those of you who came worked - well done to Fantasia who had the most people attend. Gondor it would be lovely to see some of you this week! 

 

This week's Weekly 10 is all themed around music so we hope you enjoy creating some noise!



 

Week beginning 29th June

 

Hi Year 3! 

 

Another week gone and what a scorcher it was! We hope you all enjoyed the sunshine safely. It was quite hot in school and we were desperate to find shade at playtime to keep us cool! Hopefully there won't be too much rain this week so we can get outside again. We're into our last 3 weeks of school now, don't forget to log into StudyLadder each day and visit the Book Swap on Thursday! 

 

 

Mr Garratt and his family went for a walk along Hadrian's wall and stopped at Sycamore Gap for a rest. A scene from a famous movie was filmed here 30 years ago, why not ask your parents if they know what it is...

Week beginning 22nd June 2020

 

Hi Year 3!
 

We hope you have been having a lovely week and have managed to dodge the rain showers of the past few days. We are glad the weather is still quite warm as it means you can spend lots of time outdoors. Well done to all of you still working hard on Study Ladder, remember to try and complete as much as you can by the end of each week, then give yourself a rest over the weekend!

 

Have a great week! 

 

Week beginning 15th June 2020

 

Hello Year 3, Mr Garratt and Mr Chapman will both be in school until the end of the term, so you might get a nice phone call soon!  If you haven't seen it already, scroll down this page to find details of THE BIG VIRTUAL SING.  If you want to have a go, send an email to school and we will get you set up!  Keep completing the StudyLadder activities and keep yourself busy in the warm weather.

 

If you love to sing, then this event is for you. It is a live stream of singing lead by famous musicians from around the world, including Girls Aloud star and Queen Bee, Nicola Roberts, The Kingdom Choir, Jessie J and West End star Camilla Kerslake.  We hope lots of children from our school will take part, so please click on the link below to find out more...

Week beginning 8th June 2020

Hello Year 3, Mr Garratt and Mr Chapman are very proud with all of you who have been working hard to complete your Study Ladder activities! Mr Garratt was in school all of last week, keeping the Year 3 children busy. We found a new friend in the classroom, and he joined in with all of our work!

Weekly 10 things to do

This week's activities are based around the video 'Embarked' where a young boy has to move house and leave his beloved tree house behind...

CGI 3D Animated Short "Embarked" - by Mikel Mugica, Adele Hawkins and Soo Kyung Kang | TheCGBros

Week Beginning 1st June 2020

Welcome back Year 3, please log in to Study Ladder for this week's activities.  We hope you had a great time in the sun this past week, don't forget to share some of your photos with us, we love to see them!

This week, Mr Garratt has been busy making clay animals for the garden and needed to keep his plants watered.  Carrots and onions are growing in this pot.

Week Beginning 25th May 2020

 

We won't be adding any Studyladder activities or an extra 10 things to do this week. If you need to go back and finish off some Studyladder activities, then this is the perfect time to do it.

Please enjoy your break!

Week beginning 18th May 2020

Hello Year 3, we hope you are looking forward to the nicer weather that will come soon and still keeping yourself safe. Mr Garratt will be in school this week, so children in Fantasia, you should get a nice phone call at home.

 

Mr Garratt & Mr Chapman are both very proud of everyone who is working hard at home, keep up the super work. You are all amazing and we miss you every day.

This week, me and Matthew have been building all of our Star Wars Lego sets, we need a lot of room to store them! At the weekend, we sat outside in front of the fire and had toasted marshmallows, nom nom!
This week is MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS week.  Please follow the links to find out more...

Week beginning 11th May 2020

Hello Year 3, we can't believe another week has passed by! We hope you enjoyed celebrating VE day at home, don't forget to send us any photos of some of the things you have been doing as we really do love to see them!

 

This week's special mentions go to Ruby-Lea, Sophie, Aaron, Kingsley, Harrison, Lucy and Ava (Fantasia) who all scored 95% or more in their activities from last week! Wow wow wow!!!

 

To Gondor we want to say well done to all of you for working hard so keep it up and remember... YOU CAN DO IT!

Here are this week's extra 10 activities that you could try at home... Remember you do not have to try and do all of them, they are ideas to keep you busy!
On Friday, I had a special VE day afternoon tea in the garden. We had sandwiches, sausage rolls, cream scone, biscuits and home-made lemonade. What did you do?

Hello, this week I also enjoyed celebrating VE day with a fantastic BBQ in the garden. Turns out, I can cook!

Week beginning 4th May 2020

Happy Monday Year 3!  You have all been doing a wonderful job on Studyladder and we hope you will enjoy this week's activities too.

 

We would like to give a special shout out to Isabelle-Mae, Daisy, Isabelle, Holli & Indianna (from Fantasia) who have all answered more than 600 questions each so far, amazing! As well as Amalie, Elvana, Dora, Noah and William (from Gondor) for logging in for the most number of days! Well done, I wonder who will get a special mention next week..?  

 

FINISHED your Studyladder tasks? Why not check out this week's WEEKLY 10 and share some pictures of what you have been up to, we really love seeing your work.

 

We are all missing you and can't wait to see you all again!  

On Thursday, I camped outside in my garden with Matthew. Here is my tent in the garden behind my house It was quite cold, but we made it!

If you want more activities to explore, check out the BBC Bitesize website for daily task too.

 https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/tags/zmyxxyc/year-3-lessons/1 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PhunkyFoods are releasing home learning packs  EVERY WEEK to print or to use as inspiration.

Each pack contains:

  • W fun, theme based worksheet focused on healthy eating
  • A delicious PhunkyFoods recipe that is simple and healthy
  • Phunky15 excerises to get moving
  • A mindfulness activity to relax

 

Week 2 home learning pack is available to download below (week 1 was Easter themed). The packs in the weeks to come will be available to download from their website: https://www.phunkyfoods.co.uk/home-learning-worksheets/

 

Enjoy smiley

KS2 PhunkyFoods Home Learning Pack Week 2

15.4.20 Obstacle course fun!

Still image for this video
Feeling a little bored? Wanting to play in the garden but don't know what to do? Why don't you have a go at making your very own obstacle course or exercise circuit like Miss Wilson and her girls did!

15.4.20 Kindness Calendar - Week 3 - Kind to animals

KINDNESS makes the WORLD go round!

Easter Holidays

PSHE Challenge

Can you keep a diary until you next see your teacher - writing down 2 positive things that happened every few days? 

 

Can you write a letter or draw a picture for someone:

-Who has made you happy?

-Who has made you smile?

-Your neighbour? 

-Your teacher? 

 

Please send us some pictures to homework@upperbycdc.org.uk we would love to see how you are getting on! (include an explanation if you like).

 

Missing you all!

Miss Wilson

Hi Year 3, we hope you are enjoying your time at home and you have completed some of the activities that you took home.

Remember to read whenever you can! You can read in the garden, in bed, on the sofa, on the floor and at the table. You could even ring a relative and read to them!

You should have enough work at home to last for 2 weeks, and remember to have some time off for the Easter holidays.  Scroll down for some activities and ideas that you might want to try out to keep you busy each day!

Keep fit

Oti mabuse and Marius Iepure Oliver Twist Dance class

Maths

Why not practice your time tables for 5-10 minutes each day? I will put on some battles after the Easter holidays...

 

You can sign up for free while you are not at school. There are lots and lots of exciting maths activities for you to complete on your tablet or computer.

 

Play lots of maths games like HIT THE BUTTON!

 

Have a go at daily My Mini Maths challenges just like we do at school everyday!

 

Here are some fun activities you can try at home with your parents.

English

Listen to a free audiobook every day at 11am.

 

https://readon.myon.co.uk/library/search.html

Click the link to search for books to read online. Search for Year 3 books or choose your ATOS level (your reading level like 2.4 or 4.5).

Kids' Poems and Stories With Michael Rosen Channel Intro

Computing

Explore Purple Mash to find activities to do at home.  After the holidays, we will set some tasks for you to complete and hand in.

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